One of the 11 right-wing Miura SVs built by Lamborghini is looking for a new owner. This one came out of the production line of the Sant’Agata factory in 1972 and although it was manufactured to European standards, it ended up in Australia. It has covered 51,523 km so far and is in excellent condition.
The Miura SV had wilder camshafts and larger carburetors, with the V12 4.0-liter engine mounted transversely, producing 385 horsepower with 400 Nm of torque and combined with a 5-speed manual transmission. Compared to the simple Miura, the SV is 13 cm wider at the rear, has a larger rear track and wears wider Pirelli tires. When it was unveiled, it was the world’s fastest production car, a title it retained for 18 months.